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Sims, Nicholas A. (2006) Towards the BWC review conference: diplomacy still in the doldrums. Disarmament Diplomacy, 82 . ISSN 1362-6450

Sims, Nicholas A. (2003) A proposal for putting the 26 March 2005 anniversary to best use for the BWC [Biological Weapons Convention]. Cbw Conventions Bulletin (62). pp. 1-6. ISSN 1060-8095

Sims, Nicholas A. (2003) Biological disarmament diplomacy in the doldrums: reflections after the BWC fifth review conference. Disarmament Diplomacy (70). pp. 11-18. ISSN 1362-6450

Sims, Nicholas A. (2001) Nurturing the BWC: agenda for the fifth review conference and beyond. Cbw Conventions Bulletin (53). pp. 3-5. ISSN 1060-8095

Sims, Nicholas A. (2001) The case for a BWC committee of oversight: draft mandate and commentary. Disarmament Diplomacy (60). pp. 13-19. ISSN 1362-6450

Sims, Nicholas A. (2001) Four decades of missed opportunities to strengthen the BWC [biological weapons convention]: 2001 too? Disarmament Diplomacy (58). pp. 15-21. ISSN 1362-6450

Book Section

Sims, Nicholas A. (2006) Legal constraints on biological weapons. In: Wheelis, Mark, Rozsa, Lajos and Dando, Malcolm, (eds.) Deadly Cultures: Biological Weapons Since 1945. Harvard University Press, Cambridge Mass., USA, pp. 329-354. ISBN 0674016998


Sims, Nicholas A. (2009) The future of biological disarmament: strengthening the treaty ban on weapons. Routledge, London, UK. ISBN 9780415475808

Pearson, Graham S., Dando, Malcolm and Sims, Nicholas A., eds. (2001) Strengthening the biological weapons convention: key points for the fifth review conference. University of Bradford, Bradford. ISBN 9781851431878

Sims, Nicholas A. (2001) The evolution of biological disarmament. SIPRI chemical & biological warfare studies (19). Oxford University Press, Oxford. ISBN 9780198295785

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